Growing a Facebook account takes time, the process starts with creating an account then warming it up which could be a pain. To address this, most marketers just opt to buy accounts that have been warmed up already. However, the issue is that you really don’t know the history of that account and that could pose a bigger problem later on.
You can avoid this problem, by recycling your old accounts. And by doing so, you will save a bit of money and can be assured of the account’s history.
How to repurpose an account?
To begin reprocessing the account, you can start unjoining groups that the account is associated with using the Jarvee Unjoiner tool. Next, set-up and run the Jarvee Unfriend tool on the account. Then you can discard all the previous posts on the Pages and Wall** of the account
All the steps mentioned above can be automated including the process of getting rid of old posts using Jarvee Delete Posts tool.
How to automatically delete posts?
You can start cleaning up your account by going to Tools tab > click the name of your Facebook account > go to Delete Posts from the left panel menu.
The Delete Posts tool has four sections:
- Run Timers
- Delete Limits
- Post Filters
- Select Pages
Run Timers section:
This section controls the general behavior of the tool. It is where you set up how many minutes you want to wait between each new operation and how many posts are going to be deleted per operation.
Delete Limits section:
The next section is about setting up the limits of the tool. You can add the number of posts to delete per hour as well as per day. There is also an option to increase these limits each day until it hits the maximum limit you have indicated.
Post Filter section:
The Post Filters section will help you choose which posts to delete and which ones to keep, should you prefer it that way.
You can choose if you want to delete posts that are:
- Older than X number of days or posts older than X number of days which have between X-Y number of likes.
- Posts that contain a certain word in its post message
- Or Posts that don’t have a specific word on its post message
Select Pages Section:
Last is the section where you can select the Pages that the Delete Posts tool will execute actions at.
As you can see, there are several options, including:
- Filters option that allows you to find preferred page quicker by typing name of the Page
- Checkboxes that you need to tick to select the Page/s where you want to delete posts from
- Delete posts column is where you view how many posts have been deleted from that Page
- Options that you can you use to select and deselect all Pages from the list,
- The Copy Settings button is used when you want to replicate the same settings to the Delete Posts tool of your other Facebook accounts.
How to use the Delete Posts tool on Wall**?
Aside from deleting posts from Pages, you can also clean your Wall using the Delete Posts tool. However, you need to do a few extra steps before you can use it on your Wall.
First, you need to add the Wall URL as other pages for the account. To do this, Go to Social Profiles > click the name of the account > go to Pages tab
- Input the Page name (Ex. My Wall)
- And the Profile URL
- Click Add Other Page button
- After adding the profile URL as page, you should see the page listed in the Pages tab
After adding the Profile URL as ‘other page’, you’ll need to sync the account to make the Page visible in the Delete Posts tool.